Garret Davis hails from the Big Apple - Brooklyn, New York - to be exact.
Garret began performing in his early years, and unbeknownst to him, found that these early performances would be his life’s calling. After relocating to California, and ensconcing himself in Theatre Arts, he wound up performing in various theatre groups around Los Angeles, eventually working in legitimate theatre at the Music Center. He then began working with talents such as Pat Hingle, Bob Gunton, and Kirstie Alley, in plays such as “An American Comedy” and “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”, as well as being co-writer and vocalist on the production soundtrack, along with noted actor Art Evans. Putting in the time to cultivate the craft of TV acting and voice-overs, he has actually appeared in over 100 commercials and has been the voice of Allstate, Coors and many other PSA’s.
His early encounters and love of horses has led him to be a devoted, life-long Cowboy. Garret rides one of the greatest show horses in the world, the American Quarter Horse. He has competed in many rodeos, has been a member of the USTRC, and the WCTPA, and is currently still competing in timed equestrian events all throughout the Southwest.
Garret has worked with noted film directors Andy Tennant and Robert Zemeckis. Garret Davis continues to work in the industry that brings great pleasure to him and lives by a quote that his mother taught him at an early age, “No matter what you do, don’t ever Give Up!”